Cognitive is the new era of security, and IBM gets that.
IBM Security has focused its strategy and portfolio on moving beyond simply blocking threats to employing techniques that can more intelligently prevent, detect and respond. Its IBM systems are built with security instincts and expertise into new defences that analyse research reports, web text, threat data and other security-relevant structured and unstructured data – just like security professionals do every day – but at a scale never seen before.
Find out how cognitive businesses are able to out-think and outpace threats in this opinion piece titled “Building Better Defences Against Cyberattacks” by Jean-Claude Broido, vice president at IBM Security APAC.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Building Better Defences Against Cyberattacks” published in The Business Times on 8 November, 2017.